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. >> "washington journal" continues. michael're back with burgess, a republican and vice chairman of the energy and commerce subcommittee. thanks for talking to our viewers. guest: thanks for having me. host: republicans are saying to avoid the automatic spending cuts, we need entitlement reform on the table. president obama said yesterday if we cannot agree to something long-term like entitlement reform, let's do something short-term. do you agree? guest: no. president obama should be talking about the next sequester, because this one is happening. it was postponed to march 1 on the first and january. this is a promise that we made, the congress and the president made to the american people in order to get our fiscal house in order if we could not come up with the cuts, the savings to do that, these cuts would be automatic. host: you are ok with them? guest: i don't like it. the republican house has proposed two alternatives where the sequester might be differently apportioned and there might be some other things like medical liability reform. i am for that, but the senator never took it up. p
are faulty. energy research firm saying washington is lowballing the amount of cash and jobs more drilling here would generate. daniel, can you give us ballpark numbers you're talking about what drilling would add to the u.s. economy in terms of tax revenues and revenues overall? >> you bet. most people are familiar with what is going on in north dakota, down in texas and louisiana and around the country where we are producing private land. government land 96% are basically untouched and what it could mean is in excess of $450 billion per year in gdp growth, and 20 times as much as the government is talking the ministrations talking about in terms of increased energy taxes. we have been putting people to work, building infrastructure, it is a win-win-win deal. alalbany does the government to step out of the way and let people go to work. liz: instead of drill, baby, drill, demonstrators are talking about draw, baby, draw. we have the boxer shell, reservoir two times the size of a country of oil. what is that in compass? is it just drilling were all sorts of jobs and gdp growth? tell me wha
this is another signal that our infrastructure is desperately under resourced and that we've got an energy problem? you know, a real crisis that is facing the country? what are your proposals? >> well, i tell you, when it comes to reliability, all you need to do is ask those millions of americans who were focused on the game last night and all of a sudden it wasn't there. so as we look to energy and the key role that it plays in a secure economy, i think you immediate to look no further than the inconvenience that people felt last night. we rolled out an energy proposal this morning that we've been working on for well over a year, and the basic premise is energy is good. pretty simple. manager is good. it's necessary. it defines who we are as a nation. what i am working towards is a proposal that gets under the circumstances to a policy that is affordable, it's abundant, it's clean, it's diverse, and it's secure. if we can work towards all those things, we actually get to a better climate, a better environment. just a place where we are stronger as a nation, and where we're cleaner environmentally
, it was the niners who had all the energy, mounting a huge comeback. in the end, the baltimore ravens hold on for an exciting win. the end of the super bowl, but the party continues in new orleans. mardi gras resumes. jay gray, nbc news, new orleans. >>> the family of muhammad ali is trying to knock out rumors that the boxing legend is on his deathbed. they released photos of the 71-year-old at his arizona home watching the super bowl in ravens' gear. the rumors were started by "the sun," quoting ali's brother as saying "the greatest of all time" was near death. >>> for monday's weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather center forecast. so did your team win? >> i was rooting for the 49ers. i had no -- >> i didn't either. >> it was entertaining. then the power outage, i had to stay up even later to see how that was going to end. >> you had to? >> yes. there will be grumpy people at work. the game ended late for people on the east coast. let's look at the forecast and get you out the door on this monday. we're going to continue with the weather pattern of beautiful w
. joining us now with the outlook for energy, alan harry. he's portfolio manager and c.e.o. of the spartan commodity fund. alan, let me first start off by talking to you about home heating oil. we saw prices up this week 3%. what is the trend going forward? >> well, thank you for having me. what i look at right now is short term we're going up a little bit more. longer term we're heading down. two, three weeks we're going to go up just a little bit more. after that, down we go. >> susie: why is that? >> well, i think we're coming to the close of the heating season. we already have an idea of what days we have left of heating. and it's not using up enough. so they've kept a lot in reserve, a lot of speculation coming to the market, and it's not getting used up. two, three weeks we have a great idea of where we will sit heating season wise. after that, down we go displuz for most of the u.s., households use natural gas. they don't use heating oil. and the ones that do are mostly in the northeast. so come march, will their pricees, their home bills be down? >> by the end of march, it will be
it first. it's coming across. a fast moving piece of energy in the upper levels of the atmosphere, enough to squeeze out a little bit of the white stuff and give us a winter advisory and maybe enough to slow you down on the morning commute. we've got some of the clouds out there. looked like i saw a stray flurry or two but for the most part just cloudy. i think between now and 6:00 a.m., a lot of us are going to be seeing the snow flying. by 9:00, western sections will already be finishing up. we'll still have some areas dealing with a little bit of that light snow. 11:00 30 and partly sunny. temperatures not moving much today. 32. potentially getting up to 34. a windy day but not like yesterday but winds could still gust 25, maybe 30 miles an hour in the west, northwest. windchills today only in the low 20s. look at this piece of energy. you can follow it coming across west virginia in toward maryland, southwestern virginia, up through the metro area approaching the eastern shore. and this is what we're looking at on the radar. it's lit up here a lot. but the brighter white areas is wher
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, and hundreds and thousands of twitter accounts and today reports that department of energy is getting hit. how china is crossing a real big line, and president obama, should drop everything to address this. ' to start with you jed. we hear about cyber war and cyber warfare, i'm not sure a lot ofeople take it seriously, can you describe what is at stake? >> every 6 rhet secret that we n our nation, and every computer network that runs virtually everything we do. this is serious stuff, maybe short of an act of war, but china has been going on, for a long time on pr this path, i think about 5 years ago they hacked in army's computer system in pentagon shutting down the e-mail. this is not new, titan rain code name, you know there is two types of government agents in u.s., those who have been hacked by china, and those who don't know they have been hacked this happens roughly a hundred times a day, attacks coming in from china from all sorts of places mostly guangdong province, this is say military effort. charles: michelle. no react, i rarely hear anything from washington in a political realm we
about how we create jobs and help businesses grow and put ourselves on a path towards energy independence and that's not always an easy balancing act. but with enthusiasm and skill and dedication, that's exactly what ken salazar's done for the last four years. we were just reminiscing a little bit. i've known ken since we were both running for the senate together and became the only two incoming democrats in our senate class. pete remembers this. it was a lonely time. we actually lived in the same building when we first arrived in washington. and, ken, you'll recall, it was a little discouraging because basically everybody else that lived there was 20 or 25. so we were the two geriatrics in this building. but i came to appreciate quickly, not just him. not only did i come to appreciate his jump shot -- he's surprisingly quick on the court -- but also his patriotism and his belief that we have a responsibility to care for the land with which we've been blessed. it's not surprising that ken feels this way. his ancestors were living here before the mayflower set sail. as he expl
of the energy employee compensation program for department of labor, money has been made available to those workers now suffering from crippling illness. i know ta has designated point person for oic and i commend you for doing so. what i'm hearing from many residents in the district is very few of the thousands of employees in the area or even a way that this program access and its benefits available to them at all. they seem minimal outreach efforts to ensure those in need know how to get the help they so deserve. i read this week about steve totten in a local newspaper. his brother also has cancer. his wife and father both died of cancer. all four worked in the attleboro plant. yesterday he spoke to larry darcy who is diagnosed in may may 292. leroux anonymously to credit your company or the opportunities they gave him and coworkers. over 180 of those coworkers from that he's aware of have contracted some type of cancer. i tell the story not to castleman. the human cost of this development in 1950s and 60s is not unique texas instruments are attleboro, but i believe that t.i. amount the
technologies to bring us energy. we have more natural gas than saudi arabia has oil. so there's some changes. people are coming back here because it's cheaper to do business in america. i think what's more important is the average american. the average american, if we're sitting and waiting for the government to come up with the answer for us, the president to come up with a vision, you'll have a problem. if you've been on unemployment for 12 million americans, those jobs probably aren't coming back. it's time to retool and say where is the next opportunity, is it in health care, is it in green. where am i going to get the skills. the government is going to step up and say here's a pathway. you've got to find it yourself. >> how morally responsible should big, successful companies, we've seen starbucks do this, apple dip its toe in the water. >> you talked about that the last time i was on. >> apple has since then done so. it was a start. but it's about the principle, really, of great american companies in the tech world. they lead the world. but a lot of the stuff's outsourced outside of am
to adopt an action plan for the next two years. they want to hold hearings on telecommunications and energy policy and health policy. we have sent over 20 letters asking for a simple theory bringing in the scientists. we have not even gotten answers. we will offer amendments unless the committee agrees, amendments that will at least require a hearing with scientists. how can you say the science does not support the position and then not hear from the scientists? republicans have put themselves in a real box. i know many republicans do not support this point of view, this idea that nothing is happening and we do not need to worry. the evidence is there. they are hearing it from people around the country and we are paying for it in support for the victims of hurricane sandy and the droughts of the farmers and everything else carry >> a democratic column. hello. -- everything else. >> a democratic caller. >> a couple of years ago, when the flu was quite serious in the united states, i was working in special ed. the school closed down for an entire week. the teachers were quite joyful as they m
who had all the energy, mounting a huge comeback. in the end, the baltimore ravens hold on for an exciting win. the end of the super bowl, but the party continues in new orleans. mardi gras resumes. jay gray, nbc news, new orleans. >> that game hurt a little bit. >>> the family of muhammad ali is trying to knock out rumors that the boxing legend is on his deathbed. they released photos of the 71-year-old at his arizona home watching the super bowl in ravens' gear. the rumors were started by "the sun," quoting ali's brother as saying "the greatest of all time" was near death. but, no, bill karins he's still alive. that's what we're hearing. you watched the game? >> stayed up to the beginning of the fourth quarter and that was way past my bedtime. >> both of ours. >> everyone across the country is waking up a little tired. >>> forecast nice and quiet throughout the day today. here's the pattern across the country. we've had the warm air and intermountain west all the cold canadian air is locked up. that's not going to change much until thursday or friday. that's when a new
of volunteers that have gone ahead of him. in his mid 40's coming down, full of energy. you could feel the spring in his step prepared now he's got parkinson's. [crying] 9 >> when you work with fourchon and use alesi -- and you slowly ca photo emerging from the mildew and the damage, it is likely discovery people's memories. >> one of the photographs i found was of a pet parakeet that i used to have. he loved to fly around the rim and land on my father-in-law's head, and then creep around and on his eyeglasses. -- landed on his eye glasses. when you care about those that came before, you realize that one picture can tell a story. >> no matter how damaging a photo is, people love them. where able to restore -- when we are able to restore them, in a way, we are giving them their memories back. >> the work being done there by operation photo rescue, to help the victims of super storm sandy. that brings to day forecast to a close. -- today's forecast to a close. for all of us here at the world news america, thank you for watching in please tune in tomorrow. and i'm laura trevelyan. >> make
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is funding companies that were getting a lot of money from the government in green energy loans, money that probably wouldn't have gone to those problems -- >> if cat wasn't working nobody is buying these chicken wings. they are too hot. >> they are super spicy but they are good. >> everybody is beginning to realize it and it's over for him, go on a houseboat an paint? >> no. because he is getting paid. he's a smart businessman. i don't be grudge him. i don't like the fact that he sold it to al-jazeera. that's capitalism. he game up with an idea. i am not finished. >> you can spend all of the time talking about how evil the companies were and how they are be holden to oil companies. >> he advocates tax payer dollars to go to the green energy companies. >> you can beat him up all you want raised climate change. that will haunt you. you all believe it doesn't exist. it exists. >> how many -- >> (talking over one another) >> actually want to give the media some credit for asking him the tough questions. matt lauer asked him a tough question, letterman asked him a tough question. it is pre
on positive energy and positive ways to inspire and coach and motivate in this profession. i'm here to put focus action to put my focus and my energies into working tirelessly on behalf of the titans and making as much of a positive impact in every way possible as i can for them. >> how do you do that? how do you just get rid of the gray hair and the goatee? >> we women know how to do that. >> a little cvs, modern chemistry. >> he looks good. he looks 20 years younger. >> and nobody ever suggested that he doesn't know how to coach defense. >> no, he's a good coach. >> he really wanted the head job here, didn't he? >> he was shocked. >> he was upset. >> things hopefully will get back on track. >>> college basketball, maryland down in blacksburg tonight, virginia tech led by the nation's leading scorer eric green, but they have been struggling a while losing eight of their last ten. the terps still trying to find their groove, too. they are coming off a nice bin, and they want to keep that momentum going after taking a couple days to reenergize. >> even though we played well, the day before
the compoupd. police are responding by firing canons and tear gas at protesters. >>> energy secretary steven chew is the latest to step down after four years in the obama administration. the nobel laureate is one of the last cabinet members to announce plans to either leave or stay for a second term. >>> the mother of 15-year-old hadia pendleton is remembering her daughter, who was killed in chicago by gun violence a week after she performed at the president's inauguration. cleo, her mother, spoke to msnbc's the reverend al. >> you know, she had aspirations for being an adult, but, you know, she was just 15 and enjoying it. we talked to her about these years being some of the best years of your life and just enjoying. you are going to make a difference. she was hadea. she was special. >> in response to the latest wave of gun violence in chicago, mayor rahm emanuel announced that 200 more police officers will be leaving their desk jobs to patrol the city streets. sfwlirchlgt the most difficult moment for the state department under hillary clinton clearly was the loss of four americans, includ
implemented carbon pricing. many invest far more than we do in renewable energy. the united states is falling behind rather than leading. even china, today's biggest polluter, recently committed to reduce the amount of carbon it emits relative to its economic output. and in 2009, china surpassed the united states of america in renewable energy investment. looking at all of that, it is hard to imagine that those who will suffer, those who will be displaced, those who will lose their ancient livelihoods all around the world will look benevillbenevolently upon our n. it is hard to believe that they will not resent that they are forced to bear those burdens as the price of our carbon economy. one can readily imagine extremists who wish to rally disenchanted people against us, even to violence against us, finding fertile opportunity where that resentment festers. will it not be? as daniel webster said, an argument against our experiment? will it not be an argument against our experiment that our democracy, our great american democracy, seized in the grip of polluting special interests or fringe po
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. the ceo of energy company nrg is going to join us with more. no power problems here as we fire up the lights on the "squawk" set and get ready to make you money. the second hour of "squawk box" starts right now. ♪ >>> good morning, everybody. i'm becky quick along with andrew ross sorkin and steve liesman. joe is off this week. get this, yesterday was the worst performance for the markets since 2013 began. this morning the futures are pointing to a big rebound in the markets. you can see right now the dow futures up by 93 points. s&p futures up by more than nine points. yesterday, they gave back about 129 points for the dow. so at this point it looks like we are starting to see some sort of a big rebound, maybe taking back all that ground it lost yesterday. the dow, in fact, starting off this week as we mentioned with big sell-off. there were renewed concerns out there about europe and some profit taking, as well. the dow actually finishing below that key 14,000 level yesterday. mutual fund pioneer jack bogle spoke with us yesterday on the program and he said individual investor
. >> there is a box between the superdome and facebook -- i mean, facebook, there you go -- superdome and energy. unfortunately the nfl has people who are very good engineers who were able to get the two sides to work, and that's why it came back. >> goodell also said, don't count new orleans out. >> coin star is down by 6.5%. earnings came in. they disappointed. the takeaway that a lot of analysts on the street this morning are making is that they are losing more share to netflix. they got a video streaming service, still in the beta stages. that's not going to help them right now. it's on the way. on the way may be too late. we're seeing shares under pressure. >> headwinds there, obviously, from the -- there's a couple of things, the dvd comps continue to show. netflix did pick up 2 million people. they came from somewhere. i think that this is a story where they try to put the best face possible on it. i don't think they succeeded. >> yeah. >> google, quit note here from morgan stanley, adding it to the best ideas list. target goes to 932. youtube, the most underappreciated, a sliver of the t
. in manufacturing there's been growth because we found new technologies to bring us energy. we have more natural gas than saudi arabia has oil. people are coming back because it's cheaper to do business in america. the average american, if we're sitting and waiting for the government to come up with the answer, you're going to have a problem. it's time to retool, say where is the next opportunity? where am i going to go to get the skills because no one else in the government will step up and say here is path way. so you've got to find it for yourself. >> how morally responsible should big successful companies, we've seen starbucks do this and apple stick its toe in the water. >> we talked about that last time. >> apple has done that since then. only a small thing. it was a start. it's about the principal of great american companies. in the tech world they lead the world but a lot of the stuff is outsourced outside america. that doesn't really help the american jobs market were even they by being american companies they do it that way. >> i think you have to look at it in the context just like you're
to bring us energy. if we're waiting for the government to come up with the answer, you're going to have a problem. where am i going to go to get the skills because no one else in the government will step up and say here is path way. >> how morally responsible should big successful companies, we've seen starbucks do this and apple stick its toe in the water. >> we talked about that last time. >> only a small thing. it was a start. it's about the principal of great american companies. >> i think you have to look at it in the context just like you're talking about looking back through history. if we having this discussion 40 years ago, 30% of americans were farmers. what's missing is the leadership to say here is where you go. i believe in helping people that are down. if you take people for two years and you take care of them and don't give them new skills, they lose confidence and lose certainty. they will become institutionalized and not be a part of the future. our job is to say here are the tools to help you get to the next level of your life. it's a science. it's not well studied. mo
under two billion traded on the nasdaq. materials led the sector losers, falling 0.6%. the energy sector slipped 0.5%. chemical maker f.m.c. weighed on the materials sector after failing to impress wall street with its fourth quarter earnings. shares fell 3.4% as volume almost tripled. it could be some profit taking behind the selling, as the stock was at an all time high earlier this week. f.m.c. makes insecticide and hydrogen peroxide. the company's business has been growing thanks to sales in latin america. it has been months in the making but a merger between u.s. airways and american airlines parent company a.m.r., may be getting close to take off, according to the wall street journal. the combination would create the world's largest airline. among the complications: american is in bankruptcy so it's creditors would take a large stake of any combined company. u.s. airways stock was higher on the speculation, rising 3.8%. u.s. airways shareholders would likely get a minority stake if they merge with american airles. stocks of other major air carriers rallied as well. delta air lines
. when that? am i going to have the energy to rebuild again and the finances and to go through the whole thing again is just mind bloging. >> reporter: there are just three homeowners left living on costa's street where there once were 35. scott, there are no evacuation orders so they say they'll stay and watch over what they have left. >> pelley: going to be a long night. seth, thank you very much. snow is also a factor in that manhunt in southern california. police have expanded the search for christopher dorner a fired cop who is wanted for a series of revenge killings. his targets are police officers and their families. dorner's pickup truck was found in flames in big bear and that's where ben tracy begins our coverage. >> reporter: a foot of new snow added to the challenge for search teams who had to be brought in on armored personnel carriers. the manhunt targeted an eight square mile area where christopher dorner's torched pickup was found yesterday. john mcmahon is the san bernardino county sheriff. >> we'll search until we discover he left the mountain or we find him. one of the
is happening. the storm making its way to the north. coastal storm. it needs northern energy in order to pull itself back toward the west in towards our area. that just does not look like it is going to happen, until it moves just past us. for us, that means rain along the i-95 corridor. some might not see anything at all from this storm now. the happiest rain still looks like southern maryland over towards the del marva. 1/2 to 1 to 2 inches. looked like yesterday. watch what happens after it moves off the coast. it really starts to strengthen here. just past the del marva. new jersey. new york, boston. blizzard like conditions. some computer models in boston. up to three, four feet of snow. thinking 1 to 2 in boston the number there. new york maybe 6 to 10 inches. if you have plans to go to new york, boston, friday, saturday. may want to rethink the plans. talking about a major storm. for us, this storm is going to be a nuisance. to the north, this is going to be a blizzard. nearly 50 mile hand hour wind. as i mentioned some locations picking up to potentially 2 feet or more. flight delays
nor'easter of wind and moisture there on the right, about to get a jolt of extra energy from a second storm. and this is how it feels on the ground. streets are turned into ski slopes. snowplows, no match for the icy slick and a sign that says it all, avoid all travel. abc's weather editor sam champion standing by and our extreme weather team up and down the storm zone. we start with abc's meteorologist jinker zee, she's in boston. ginger? >> it's not often that you get to stand in the street in the middle of boston and have absolutely nothing around you. after 4:00 p.m., people were told, do not drive. if you do, you get a $500 fine or face up to a year of jail time. pretty intense and it should be as all eyes on this nor'easter that will be sure to make weather history. >> reporter: it's a pre blizzard paralyzation. >> stay off the roads. stay home. >> reporter: boston's on lockdown. their airport shut down. and states of emergency were declared in at least five states. >> i think everybody's in a panic. everyone's getting ready. we don't know what to expect. >> reporter: well, we d
to be vigilant. >>guest: very. what is happening, with the add vent of the energy drinks and candy that is fortified with caffeine and the foods that have a lot of sodium in them, parents are facing a daunting task. the average child consumes three of the energy drink equivalent as day, the problem with caffeine, highly addictive and what it does, it creates a consumer out of the children who are actually ingesting the products. >>heather: what are the implications if your child has too much of either? >>guest: 18 deaths are being investigated by the f.d.a. but the problem is long-term. we consume the products and you think there is nothing they can do but caffeine is a sometime plant linked with elevated blood pressure and heart disease. for those at higher risk, those that suffer with certain conditions could experience problems later in life. there are specific risks right now. >>gregg: when you look at package, and obviously advertising is everything, low carb, and you look at back and it said only ten calories, it is attractive. >> they are trying to focus on one problem every
. beyonce, her half-time show, killed it, absorbed all the energy. >> reporter: oh, yeah. about that beyonce, singing live as promised, she lit up the superdome with all her single ladies and the destiny's child reunion many were hoping for. on this night, beyonce left the national anthem to fellow diva alicia keys. ♪ o say can you see >> reporter: while jennifer hudson joined the choir from sandy hook elementary with emotional rendition of "america the beautiful." at the end of the night, though, it was the ravens who were the better team with older brother, john harbaugh, besting his younger brother, jim. >> it's never pretty. it's never perfect, but it is us. >> reporter: their parents celebrating a bittersweet victory and players soaking up a tough win in the big easy. >> amazing. phenomenal. listen to them! baltimore, we're champions! >> reporter: here is the deal, guys, as far as the blackout goes. it lasted about 34 minutes. i got a chance to walk around a little bit. nobody panicked. nobody was overly concerned. nobody rushed the field. for the most part everybody was calm. there w
. currently two pieces of energy, our one storm system climbing up the middle of the atlantic seaboard and we have a cold pocket of air swinging through the northeast. as these combine forces later on, it will deepen very, very rapidly. we'll see tremendous amounts of snow, blinding visibilities and some very, very high wind. but we've already seen snow around the greater boston area. delays will pile up along the interstate 95 corridor, this afternoon and this evening. that continues through the overnight as the storm system continues to ramp up. in terms of snow accumulations along the i-95 corridor, we could see well over one to two feet on the outskirts of boston. worcester, hartford, providence looking at snowdrifts three to four feet deep of the as we head into saturday it will slowly wind down as winds calm down as well. back to you, ashley. ashley: thank you. justin, thank you so much. appreciate it. tracy: ick. ashley: at least it is on a friday night going into the weekend. tracy: i agree actually. let's a me get home safely. here in the new york city the heavy snow hasn't started t
. the best thing we got going for us is that we are very good at extracting a form of energy in the middle part of the country that we don't like to -- that gives manufacturers a comparative -- >> i can't imagine that that's not going to be the thing -- all these other things. there's always something that offsets some of the negatives and i can't believe that's not going to be a powerful thing for us in the future. >> i think so, too. that's how we get to 2.5 demographics are going to be a drag. >> i'm being interested in your perspective. we're not talking about our clients about small businesses. a lot of bentup demand. we've been kind of sitting on our hands for four-plus years now, because of all the uncertainty, you know, in the environment there's still a lot of uncertainty. if we had positive leadership out of washington, and some of the uncertainty went away. don't you think there could be a mini boom here trying to replenish some of the inventories, equipment and technologies that have not been invested in? >> absolutely. that's the upside riz k to the forecast. >> we don't call
, the stadium lights were turned off during that show so they were using even less energy in the stadium. the issue still being blamed on an energy surge from a substation outside of the stadium. >> bill: i just -- that's a lame excuse. >> i still can't believe that the power of the super bowl went out for over 30 minutes. that's incredible. >> hawaii has some sympathy for celebrities and is making a move for their privacy. the state is set to act on a bill that would prosecute paparazzi for invading celebrities personal privacy. it is dubbed the steven tyler act because the legislature recognizes that people like him come to vacation in the state and with that, come a lot of benefits for the state but they shouldn't be mobbed by prying eyes with telescoping lenses while they're just trying to avation in private. >> bill: i'm so glad to hear that. i think now i will go back to hawaii again. because it was such a pain in the neck last time. the paparazzi following me to the beach and the restaurants. all right, hawaii, thank you. i'll go back. neil abercrombie, good job. >> mcdonald's is
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